Mubarak's apparent ability to surprise the news media and the Obama administration "underscores the tenuousness and incompleteness of our knowledge of what's going on in Egypt," said Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations. James Zogby of the Arab American Institute said the Obama administration risked losing credibility by seeming to be caught off-guard, first by the uprising, then by Mubarak's decision to remain. "This is not good."
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